Exploring the co-occurrence of bullying victimization, homophobic teasing and teen dating violence: Implications for prevention programs.

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No longer viewed as a normal part of growing up, bullying is now recognized as a serious public health problem in the United States. At one time bullying was studied independently from other forms of interpersonal violence. Studies examining the nature of bullying have found that bullyin g perpetration often reflects social biases and prejudices targeting… (More)

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